Don’t miss any of the unique attractions and hot spots that make Lusaka so special; take a look at our travel guide for inspiration on what to see, where to eat and places not to be missed!
There are minibus services you can use to travel around Lusaka, so check your nearest bus stop for details on the route and timetables. These buses can get very crammed and you may be required to stand for your journey. If you choose to take a taxi, be warned that taxis don’t use meters so you should agree upon a price before you get in the car. If you fancy it, you can walk around a lot of Lusaka with ease.
Lusaka has a warm climate and a long dry season that makes it a popular destination. The dry season coincides with the coolest time of year, so while you can expect dry days between May and September, the temperature will average about 15°C (58°F) on some days. It heats up in Lusaka to an average of 24°C (74°F) in October and November.
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